The latest edition of Trees journal, ITF’s annual magazine, is published online today.
The magazine is packed with the latest news on our projects in Africa and the UK – including preparations for the launch of our centenary campaign – to plant 20 million trees in Kenya’s forests.
Featured articles include an investigation into what is possibly the most destructive industrial process in the world, Alberta’s tar sands industry, and an analysis of the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals.
There is a review by one of our partners on their community-led tree planting initiative in an area of Uganda still recovering from civil war. There are also features on the Trees 4 Livelihoods project, aimed at improving women’s livelihoods in Mali, and the launch of the Nkhata Bay Natural Way project, set to benefit marginalised groups in 110 villages in northern Malawi.
We report on work supported by ITF to bring back elm trees to the British countryside as well as the Tree Power project, which is helping UK primary school children explore the local and global importance of trees and forests.
Read more here Trees Journal 2015